If displacement is kept in check, there are great social benefits to reducing household transportation costs.
U.S. cities big and small are struggling to welcome transit development while preserving affordable housing.
In the relentless Boston bombing anniversary coverage, the tagline on one local news channel is, "Let's Remember, Let's Run." Can we really do both?
The eastern part, anyway; in the West it will be hotter and drier, predict scientists.
Dumb, dumb, dumb.
Boston's summer-jobs program puts thousands of teens in professional environments, giving them mentors and experience.
In Boston, a new program empowers doctors to give low-income patients a cheap bike-share membership.
The answer depends in large part on whether we own autonomous vehicles or share them.
Walkable suburbs and center city companies are dominating the tech scene.
Cities trying to boost ridership have a few options, but lots of room for improvement.
Frigid parts of the U.S. are warming up for a couple days, but don't get comfortable yet.
Very few people in Boston are uninsured, but there are huge swathes of them all over Dallas.
The next-generation fare card will definitely be much more than a fare card. But what, exactly?
How U.S. cities stack up economically worldwide.
Boston is trying to ensure female workers earn as much as men by asking local companies to rethink perks like flexibility and child care.
People are leaving Minneapolis for Florida, Detroit for the suburbs, and Washington for New York.
They're quickly changing the art of visualizing buildings.
Despite only a handful successful deals nationwide, Boston is trying again.
The National Weather Service has broken down predicted snowfalls for the coming blizzard.